15 researchers specialized in the development and innovation of industrial products in the fields of textiles, clothing, footwear (TAC) and furniture will be selected by the CETMA consortium for inclusion in the MAIND project (eco-innovative materials and technologies advanced for the manufacturing and construction industry). Project partners are Base, Natuzzi, Telecom, University of Bari.
Candidates must have a maximum age of 32, have a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Industrial Design and Materials Science with a final grade of not less than 100/110. Any qualifications obtained abroad must have been declared equivalent to those indicated above and recognized in Italy by the competent authorities.
The 15 selected will be awarded a scholarship for a total gross amount
equal to Euro 15,600.0 which cannot be combined with other scholarships, grants or subsidies of a similar nature, or with salaries, wages or remuneration paid by other public or private entities.
The training course will start in March for a total of 1232 hours:
632 hours of classroom training, divided into didactic modules of theoretical training accompanied by relative practical exercises. The courses will be held by university professors and specialists from the companies participating in the project.
600 hours of coaching with researchers and specialization internships. The activities will take place at the CETMA headquarters in Brindisi.